Speech to Text for Matt - Rain for many, a winter mix for some Wednesday
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continuation of overcast skies and brisk winds out of the north to northeast. winds will continue between 10 to 15 mph with occasional gusts slightly above that range possible. the gusty north to northeasterly winds are helping with the influx of colder but also slightly drier surface air.colder and drier air has been moving in aggressively enough that our confidence has grown that some impacts could be observed as an upper level low (cold core system) moves into our area and combines with incoming moisture from the gulf of mexico and with a lingering elevated frontal boundary. this will lead to a complex series of interactions that when all is said and done could lead to a mixture of wintry precipitation being observed perhaps as early as pre-dawn to early afternoon on wednesday and lasting into the evening perhaps as late as the overnight towards thursday morning. for these reasons, a winter weather advisory has been issued for portions of our area valid between 3 am on wednesday until 6 am on thursday morning.we are analyzing the latest data coming in (many simulations seem to be initialing or starting with a less than ideal representation of current conditions) and trying to correct for where we believe the models are performing inaccurately. our confidence in the potential for freezing rain, and sleet being on the table for tomorrow